Pendants - historical jewelry
CZECH LION - large silver pendant which symbolizes the Czech statehood. Symbol of the double-tailed lion is the old heradlic symbol of Bohemia. The facial expression of this lion is not a mute national symbol, it overflows with pride, fighting spirit and the proper portion of anger. Today the…
Ægishjálmur (Helm of Awe or Helm of Terror) is one of the Icelandic magical staves. It is believed to possess powerful qualities of protection against evil or injustice. It was used by warriors to induce fear in their enemies’ hearts and to prevail in battle. Material: sterling silver Size: 1…
Replica of an old Slavic jewel - Lunitsa (also Lunula or Luneta). The original was found near the city of Stare Mesto, Uherske Hradiste, the Czech Republic, the 9th century, Great Moravian Empire (first state of western Slavs). Symbol of Lunitsa (or Lunula - little moon) is a female symbol. Such…
Old Pagan Solar Cross from early medieval times - Great Moravian Empire. The model for this jewel was hand made - this replica is very close to the original find. Size: 2,5 cm. Weight: 3.7 g. Materal: silver 925. Size of the eyelet: 4 mm.
A unique piece of silver jewellery indeed! It is probably the first one in the world that combines the symbol of Kolovrat with jewellery making methods of granulation and filigree that were very popular in early Slavic Empires, such as the Moravia Magna Empire. The Kolowrat (Kolovrat, Collowrath)…
Unique silver piece that depicts the symbol of Kolovrat, and shows old jeweller's methods of granulation and filigree that were very popular during the early Slavic Empires (such as Moravia Magna Empire). The Kolovrat (Kolovrat, Collowrath) symbol is in modern ages considered a panslavic pagan…
Double Sided Silver Kolovrat Pendant, the Kolowrat (Kolovrat, Collowrath) symbol is in the Modern Age considered a panslavic pagan symbol of the Sun. The symbol can be found in architecture, on embroidery and pottery from the Early Slavic period in most Slavic countries. Its massive popularity…
A replica of an old Slavic jewel - Lunitsa (also Lunula or Luneta). Casted granulation and filigree. The original was found near the town of Staré Město (Old Town), the Great Moravian Empire (first state of Western Slavs), today the Czech Rep, 9th century. The symbol of Lunitsa (or Lunula - little…
Iron Age (the 1st century BCE) Pendant. Exceptional piece of art. The original was found probably somewhere in continental Europe (Gallia?) and it was probably part of horsegear. Our reproduction as a pendant consists of the triskele (thre realms) and lunar symbols, that represents fertility. …
Reproduction of Iron Age Pendant, practically unknown as the original, from cca the 1st century BCE, is owned by a private collector. Exceptional piece of art that combines trislele (three realms) with feminine lunulae symbols. The original was found probably somewhere on continental Europe …
No piece of jewellery is ordinary and the most valuable of them should fulfill at least the following criteria: high quality of craftsmanship, careful choice of materials and an original and interesting design. We dare say this jewel meets them all and has even more. It contains history and a soul…
Valkyrie - replica of a find from the 10th century, Birka, Sweden.
- Material: sterling silver
- Height: 3 cm
- Weight: about 5 g
- Hidden bale
Originally a small Viking God Thor bronze figure, seated and holding his hammer, which was found near the area of Akureyri, Iceland, around 1 000 CE. The figure is exhibited at the National Museum in Reykjavik, Iceland. Our reproduction is made of silver, the chain or cord is led through under Thor…
Norse God Frey Sterling Silver Pendant. Frey, or Freyr, is associated with prosperity, sunshine and fair weather and is often pictured as a phallic fertility God. He is the son of Sea God Njörðr and Goddess Freyja's brother. He rides the shining boar Gullinburst. Material sterling silver Height 2…
Valkyrie - silver pendant, inspired by a find from Uppland, Sweden.Valkyrie is a protective godess who takes fallen warriors to Valhala. Material sterling silver Height 3,5 cm Weight 3,8 g Photo of the original viking archaeological find.
VELES, Slavic Pendant. Veles (also known as Volos) is a major Slavic God of Earth, Water and the Underworld. He is mostly associated with cattle, musicians, wealth, magic and trickery. Veles is believed to be related to the Indo-European deity of Mitra, as well as the Norse deity Loki. …
Klahammar VIKING Warrior SILVER PENDANT Replica of Viking age silver pendant of a warrior carrying an axe and a sword. The artefact was found in Klahammar, Selaön, Södermanland, Sweden, only in 2016 at an archaeological excavation of an early viking grave in central Sweden. The grave is dated to…